Mothers and Recovery Post-Childbirth

35-36 weeks pregnant, Baby/parents

Date: June 12, 2016

Theme: Mothers and Recovery Post-Childbirth

Marie answers your questions about mothers and recovery post-childbirth. What happens in the hours after delivery? And the return home with the newborn? What changes will take place in your body?

Timing:

Introduction: based on the type of delivery, recovery will be different, how can you prepare before childbirth and the rest of the family.

00:05:00: New mother’s physical needs: sleep, rest, eat, move, be relieved

00:31:00: Experiencing sexuality after childbirth.

00:40:00: New mother’s psychological needs: emotionality, need for intimacy, expressing her experiences, concerns, need to learn, be reassured and encouraged.

00:51:00: Diastasis

Support network needs: partner, family, network, public and community resources

To learn more about the topic, watch these videos:

Read these articles:

  •       A New Mother’s Needs
  •       Adapting to the Baby’s Arrival
  •       Tear or Episiotomy?

 

 

 


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